keep records. what our bill does, ab48, is to put similar kinds of controls as we do on gun sales. >> now, the reality is this isn't brand new. i mean, didn't we have things in place that then went away? >> across the entire u.s., we had federal law that existed for over 20 years where if i wanted to sell ammunition, i had to be licensed. if i wanted to buy it, i had to show i.d. records had to be kept. and all those were in place and then the nra sponsored legislation in washington that eliminated that. >> as we look at what is happening, you know, a lot of people are saying, well, here's a solution, we need to put armed guards in our schools. your reaction? >> more guns don't lessen violence. >> some critics of your bill said someone on planning an attack that they could just incrementally buy bullets, a mass amount, and still kind of do the same thing. >> well, they could, and, you know, potentially, there will still be a black market or illegal market on bullets.